The focus of the broadcasting show (test phase) in November 2005: SUR TAAL (Classical Instrumental) Every month music art of Indian Maestros is being presented by IMC OnAir ... with specific deatails of Indias music system, the eldest music culture in the world, well reputated musicians of Indian Classical Music, instruments of India and some interesting background informations. The programme is designed for friends of Indian Music and also gives access to beginners. The headline for the... Topics: Indian Classical Music, ragas, Tabla, Sarangi, Zakir Hussain, Sultan Khan, some different raga... Source: www.imcradio.net
An interview from 2004 by Xtreme Education Officer Susa Kupa with Fred Litchwark about Harbourcare and the work done to clean up the leachate coming out of the old Raglan Dump Topics: Whaingaroa Harbourcare, interview, Fred Litchwark, raglan
Comedian and notable podcaster Marc Maron talks with Capital Public Radio's Jeffrey Callison about the demise of Air America, his WTF Podcast, The Tea Party and opting for patdowns by the TSA. Topics: Marc Maron, WTF, podcast, Insight, Capital, Public, Radio, CPR, Callison, comedy
Emerging threats analyst and author Robert Marston Fanney on new frontiers of climate change. Dr. Alex Rogers of Oxford: State of the Oceans 2013. Radio Ecoshock 131016 1 hour. Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, oceans, acidification, methane, crisis
WARNING!! Do Not Fail to listen to the exciting program â I LOVE A MYSTERYâ Carlton E. Morseâs hair-raising, teeth-chattering thrillers that have all America on the edge of its chair!!! The old-time radio series, "I Love A Mystery," written, produced and directed by Carlton E. Morse, is considered by many as the greatest radio adventure series ever! The ILAM radio serial featured three memorable rough and tumble seekers of fun, mayhem and adventure; Jack, Doc and Reggie. A... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: adventure, mystery, otr
I Love Adventure FIRST BROADCAST: April 25th 1948 LAST BROADCAST: July 18th 1948 CAST: Michael Raffetto, Tom Collins, Barton Yarborough, Russell Thorson, Lillian Buyeff, Earl Lee, Harry Lang, Janet Logan, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Rolfe Sedan, donal Morrison, Luis Van Rooten, Lal Chand Mehra, Alma Lawton, Barbara Jean Wong, Henry Blair, Betty Lou Gerson, Dix Davis, Peggy Webber, Lou Krugman, Frank Richards, Jeanne Bates, Everett Glass. ANNOUNCER: Dresser Dahlstead. MUSIC: Rex Koury on... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: old time radio, otr, adventure, mystery
The first episode of this series finds Jack Packard (of I Love a Mystery), summoned to a mysterious meeting held by a group calling themselves 'The 21 Old Men of 10 Gramercy Park', who seek to convince him to work for them in the cause of international peace. His first assignment is to prevent a secret formula from falling into the wrong hands. Topics: I Love Adventure, Adventure, Drama, OTR
ICE QUAKE Ice shelf breaks off in Canada - start of big breakup in the Arctic. 4 MB 5 min Radio Ecoshock Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, environment, green, features, ecology, climate, climate change, global...
Internet Multicasting Service Common Ground Program: Idealism and Realism on College Campuses Rebroadcast of this program is made possible by the sponsors of the Internet Multicasting Service Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Common Ground
Interview with Ideamen on Flying Around The Sun, WJOB AM 1230, Hammond, Indiana, Thursday, November 11, 2010 Topics: Ideamen, northwest Indiana, original music, local music, flying around the sun, wjob, independent...
Internet Multicasting Service Series: Dialogue Program: Ideas about Color, Beliefs about Race When European scientists considered the nature of Africans during the height of the slave trade, they produced analyses that are thoroughly racist by modern standards. In fact, their labors would later contribute to the 19th century’s fixation on race in ways that still bedevil modern societies. Ironically, the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome had dealt with ethnic differences in a much... Topics: Internet Talk Radio, Dialogue
If You Love This Planet #1 Helen Caldicott's first new regular radio broadcast/podcast. Interview with David Lockbaum of Union of Concerned Scientists on lack of safety in U.S. reactors. Near meltdowns & NRC carelessness. Why nuclear is not the answer to global warming - or anything else. 1 hour. 2008-04-28 Rebroadcast with permission by Radio Ecoshock. Now long-running series. CD Quality (56 MB) or Lo-Fi (14 MB) Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, military, nuclear, weapons, power, reactors, U.S., safety, risks, accidents
If You Love This Planet Helen Caldicott's new broadcast/podcast program #1. Famous anti-nuclear physician & activist interviews David Lochbaum, from the Union of Concerned Scientists. Near-melt-downs of U.S. reactors, spent fuel as terrorist targets, failure to protect public safety. Nuclear power not the answer to global warming. Use helencaldicott.com & beyondnuclear.org. Radio Ecoshock show 080509 1 hr CD quality 56 MB or Lo-Fi 14 MB. Visit Radio Ecoshock Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, show, 2008, environment, ecology, green, climate, climate change, global...
From one of the world's top financial blogs, "The Automatic Earth" - blogger Ilargi reports from Europe on the banking crisis unfolding there. Greece, he thinks, is over-reported, taking attention away from the continuing American collapse. American banks like Morgan Stanley are also at risk, with their loans to French banks, and their trillions in derivatives. We talk about the second bail-out for Belgian-French bank Dexia. And the hype around solving debt with more debt. From the... Topics: environment, finance, economy, risk, Europe, banks, bailouts, crash, interview, radio, Radio...